Entry-level S trim isn't worth considering because you don't even get a radio or air-conditioning. Besides, the price premium to upgrade to SE trim is tiny and, as well as an AM/FM/DAB radio and air-con, brings you alloy wheels and front and rear parking sensors.
SR trim is our pick though. This adds a leather-trimmed steering wheel and gear knob, automatic wipers, driver seat lumbar adjustment, power mirrors and a reversing camera for not a lot more money.
EX trim then adds extra safety kit including blind spot monitoring and cross traffic, keyless entry and start, leather interior, passenger seat lumbar adjustment and a sunroof. Meanwhile, EX Tech Pack models include wireless smartphone charging, LED headlights, and heated rear seats for a further premium.
That’s where the buck stops for the 1.0-litre model, because the 1.5 starts at next-level-up Sport trim, which adds heated seats, a sporty body kit, twin centre exhausts and LED headlights. Sport Plus models then add an upgraded stereo, sunroof and the adaptive dampers.
Finally, range-topping Prestige trim gets a full leather interior, heated rear seats and some chrome interior highlights.